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's some folks who are ravens fans, some are 49ers fans. but everyone is a fan of this city. and wow, how far has new orleans come? we have been talking about those who live here are continuing to fight their way back from the devastation of hurricane katrina. and to take a look firsthand, we sent out an unlikely duo, former "sports illustrated" swimsuit model, demaryius lewis, and former running back, dukes mccaliforniaster. >> the city of new orleans has hosted the super bowl ten times. it's a great location, great weather, great food and tons of things to see and do. this year having the super bowl here will mean something a little bit different. it's the first time they've had the super bowl here in new orleans since hurricane katrina hit in 2005. let's go check it out. >> good morning. nice to meet you. >> final board. let's go play in some traffic. >> let's go, elvis. >> she has been playing there for about 30 years. >> hurricane katrina. was it something that affected you in a major way? >> i was. i evacuated on the saturday before the storm hit with my two cats and a weekend bag o
used my citi thankyou card to pick up some accessories. a new belt. some nylons. and what girl wouldn't need new shoes? and with all the points i've been earning, i was able to get us a flight to our favorite climbing spot even on a holiday weekend. ♪ things are definitely looking up. [ male announcer ] with no blackout dates, you can use your citi thankyou points to travel whenever you want. visit citi.com/thankyoucards to apply. >>> you know, it's hard to imagine the pain of losing a child. a young baby, even. but that's exactly what happened to darren and phyllis sudman in philadelphia. the cause was sudden cardiac arrest from a heart condition that usually goes overlooked until it's too late. but there is a way to catch it in time. darren and phyllis sudman had a happy family life until their 3-month-old son simon was found dead in his crib. in the midst of their shock, the sudmans' pediatrician told them get tested. >> get your hearts check because babies don't die. >> they were in for another shock. phyllis was diagnosed with a rare heart problem called long qt syndrome. it co
. and looking at these cars here in this neighborhood, and throughout the city, you can see how easy that could happen. unfortunately, the young boy became overcome by carbon monoxide. they brought him outside of the car. the young boy was unresponsive. neighbors and paramedics tried to revive the boy. he went into cardiac arrest. and unfortunately a short time later, once he got to hospital, he was pronounced dead. incredibly tragic story and also a reminder, even though the storm has passed, there are still potentially dangerous situations that still remain behind the storm. and, in fact, i reached out to the mayor's office just about an hour and a half ago. the mayor's office releasing a statement saying, in part, the news of this tragic accident is a sad reminder that the danger of the storm is not over. our hearts go out to the family and their friends who are learning of this tremendously sad accident. and the mayor's office also putting out reminders, reminding people as they're coming out like you see in this neighborhood here, to clear out their cars. a lot of people willing to come ou
says the situation could have been much worse. >> i'm happy to report the city so far has weathered the storm well. no major power outages. no severe flooding. we still have a little way to go. to get to the rest of the storm. >> reporter: this is the scene at boston's logan airport today. snowplows working around the clock. if the snowplows won't or can't come, some residents are taking matters into their own hands, shoveling the snow themselves to find their cars again. >> i hope this is my car. >> reporter: how long have you been at it? >> about an hour. >> reporter: looks like you've made some headway here. how much longer do you think you have to go? >> at least two more. >> reporter: across the region, driving is treacherous. if you don't have to venture out, officials say, please don't. as for the airports, they too are struggling to recover from closures and delays over the past 24 hours. more than 5,000 flights had to be cancelled, due to this walloping blizzard. and several thousand plows are blanketing these states, trying to clean up this mess. who knows where they're go
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